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Thales and the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) have signed a new partnership agreement in the field of generative artificial intelligence (AI).
The Thales AI research teams at cortAIx, the Group’s AI accelerator for mission-critical systems, will work with the CEA teams to deliver sovereign trusted AI solutions.
Through this three-year renewable partnership, Thales will provide its AI expertise and deep knowledge of the defence and security sectors, while the CEA will contribute its know-how in multimodal generative AI (based on text, images, audio, electromagnetic signals, structured data and other inputs) to accelerate the integration of AI into solutions for Thales customers with critical mission requirements.

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- To create trusted generative AI solutions, Thales’s cortAIx Lab, the most powerful integrated laboratory for critical AI in Europe, and the CEA, which is one of the world’s ... Read more »

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SYDNEY & NEW YORK - Monday, 17. June 2024 AETOSWire Print 

Nearly 70% believe creative will become more important in the next year
More than 36% believe they are under investing in creative talent
30% recently moved work in-house, and 31% expect to do so in the next year

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Canva, the world’s only all-in-one visual communication platform, and MMA Global, the leading global trade association for marketers, today released joint research on the value of creative output, tech stack saturation and navigating talent wars.

Canva and the MMA surveyed nearly 100 CMOs and senior marketers in decision-making roles from the U.S. and the U.K, and found that in today’s hyper competitive brand world, more than three-quarters (77%) believe creative output — encompassing all elements of campaigns and content — is more crucial now than eve ... Read more »

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The massive dragon caps off the weeklong “House of the Dragon” takeover at the Observatory

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- A 270-foot-long dragon has landed in the center of New York City – atop the iconic Empire State Building (ESB). In partnership with Max, ESB has acknowledged that Vhagar the Dragon has coiled herself around its mast just as ESB and Max cap off their weeklong “House of the Dragon” takeover.

The best views of Vhagar are in Manhattan from the south of ESB, and unique selfie moments are available from ESB itself where she scans for prey with her huge head extended over the southern deck of ESB’s 86th Floor Observatory. ESB’s lights have been set so fans can witness a series of dynamic light shows which feature the dragon against schemes of gold, green, and red.

“Just after the Empire State Building pledged its allegiance to the King, Vhagar descended upon the heart of New York City and has claimed the mast o ... Read more »

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AUSTIN, Texas & OSLO, Norway - Monday, 17. June 2024

 Cognite Atlas AI enables low-code development of AI agents that increase the accuracy of industrial AI, accelerate efficiencies, and drive business impact

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Cognite, the globally recognized authority in Data and AI for industry, today announced Cognite Atlas AI™, an industrial agent workbench that extends Cognite’s Industrial DataOps platform, Cognite Data Fusion®. This strategic offering is a culmination of Cognite’s extensive Industrial DataOps and innovative generative AI capabilities. Cognite Atlas AI’s low-code industrial agent builder will enable industrial organizations to use generative AI to carry out more complex operations with greater accuracy, including workflow automation and decision-making support, accelerating efficiencies that can generate tens of millions of dollars in business impact.

Cognite Atlas AI provides domain-specific insight ... Read more »

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OSAKA, Japan & CAMBRIDGE, Mass. - Monday, 17. June 2024 AETOSWire 

SKYLINE Study in Dravet Syndrome Narrowly Missed its Primary Endpoint of Reduction in Convulsive Seizure Frequency and Showed Clinically Meaningful and Nominally Significant Effects in Multiple Key Secondary Efficacy Endpoints
SKYWAY Study in Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome Missed its Primary Endpoint of Reduction in Major Motor Drop Seizures
Soticlestat Showed a Consistent and Favorable Safety and Tolerability Profile in Both Studies
Takeda Will Move Forward to Discuss the Totality of the Data with Regulatory Authorities

(BUSINESS WIRE) -- Takeda (TSE:4502/NYSE:TAK) today announced topline data from its SKYLINE and SKYWAY studies.

SKYLINE (TAK-935-3001) was a multicenter, randomized, double-blind Phase 3 study that evaluated soticlestat (TAK-935) plus standard of care versus placebo plus standard of care in patients with refractory Dravet syndrome (DS).1 Soticl ... Read more »

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